The Weather in the Streets by Rosamond Lehmann

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The Weather in the Streets

'“Lehmann is unbeatable on social nuance, both among the London bohemian set and Rollo’s more conventional upper-clash milieu. No one could be more attractive or caddish than Lehmann’s Rollo, the married man who entrances our heroine. The ultimate tragic love story.” —Alexandra Shulman, editor of Vogue (UK)   “The Weather in the Streets was our Bridget Jones’s Diary.” —Carmen Callil   “A vividly realised, painfully convincing story of a love affair, written in Lehmann's characteristic spare, poetic prose.” —Joyce Carol Oates'
'“Lehmann is unbeatable on social nuance, both among the London bohemian set and Rollo’s more conventional upper-clash milieu. No one could be more attractive or caddish than Lehmann’s Rollo, the married man who entrances our heroine. The ultimate tragic love story.” —Alexandra Shulman, editor of Vogue (UK)   “The Weather in the Streets was our Bridget Jones’s Diary.” —Carmen Callil   “A vividly realised, painfully convincing story of a love affair, written in Lehmann's characteristic spare, poetic prose.” —Joyce Carol Oates'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504003087 Pages: 368